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Sun 28 Sept / 18.30-19.30 / £9

Emilie Epperlein and Friends

After publishing award-winning research on vaginas, vulvas and wellbeing, Emilie Epperlein had a creative calling ... and has been on the cutting edge of feminist poetry ever since. Her words have been seen on the back of London cab seats, featured on the Sky Arts' BAFTA-winning show ‘Life and Rhymes’ and heard across the UK. She couldn't be more excited to be part of the Jersey Festival of Words and is ready to titillate, move and excite you with her shame-free spoken word. 

Suitable for 16+


Also performing:


Alanna Rice has been trying to live up to the acclaim ever since receiving a Certificate of Merit in her local council’s creative writing competition at the tender age of eight. Her writing these days examines the many roles and hat she wears and is rooted in her Caribbean heritage.


Sandra Noel enjoys writing about the ordinary in unusual ways, her passion for sea swimming often weaving its way through her work. Sandra has poems online and in print magazines and anthologies and has been longlisted, shortlisted and highly commended in competitions. Sandra’s first collection will be published in 2024 by Yaffle Press.


Dr Adam Perchard is an internationally acclaimed writer and peformer. They have performed at the National Theatre, the London Coliseum, Soho Theatre, Hackney Empire, and on Channel 4, and their solo show Bathtime for Britain (commissioned by Jersey Arts Centre) toured theatres across the UK last year. 

‘Perchard makes song and sentiment throb with life ‘ The Guardian

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